Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

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Thanks for CP! Do you plan to publish it on Flickr or here for other people?
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Ondrej.Cibulka wrote:Thanks for CP! Do you plan to publish it on Flickr or here for other people?
Thank you! I don't know yet. :twisted:
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A life-sized model of Diplocaulus, a 1-meter-long late Devonian/early Permian amphibian:

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101 cm square, 93 cm finished model
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Ichthyosaurus from a bird base:
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Nice design!
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That model delivers a whole lot for a simple bird base!
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Kyle2952 wrote:Nice design!
Eamon wrote:That model delivers a whole lot for a simple bird base!
Thank you both! =) I'm glad you like it! I decided it's not necessary to make things more complicated than they need to be in this case... =)

Now for some new additions to my gallery:

A reshaped scorpion with chelicerae:
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and a reshaped Sidneyia inexpectans with eyes:
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Here is my newest design - an Anomalocaris! It is not boxpleated, it uses a fish base. Fully detailed, 3D body, closed belly model!
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And here is my design of a human hand:
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Another prehistoric critter!

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Opabinia, also from a fish base like the Anomalocaris I made recently =)
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This hand is much better, it looks like it is alive. This paper is better, isn't it? :-) You need to make 90 more... :twisted:
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Ondrej.Cibulka wrote:This hand is much better, it looks like it is alive. This paper is better, isn't it? :-) You need to make 90 more... :twisted:
Thank you very much! That can be done, but I need more paper! I ran out of it. :D And sure, elephanthide is amazing! :mrgreen:
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Hello again!

New model - a stag beetle! More or less final, I hope! :D

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Here is my third version of a camel spider. Certainly an improvement over the previous versions, but I am still not too happy about the legs, because some of them are too short, I will try to solve this in version 4, hopefully without changing the CP too much :)
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I don't know what a camel spider looks like, but I think your model is amazing. Beautiful color too :-)
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glad you like it! :)

I used this photo as reference: http://www.flickr.com/photos/38204241@N ... r-stuchly/ but then I realized the leg lengths need to be changed to give a more realistic result: http://www.documentingreality.com/forum ... spider.jpg

I have already made another version of the camel spider, I'm going to fold it soon.

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New design on the way, not what I usually do, I wanted to try something different for a change. :)

A relatively simple angelfish from a bird base:

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Enjoy! Happy Holidays everybody!
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